posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 06:40 PM
This is my first post.
After the computer shuts down it goes on battery power. It is not uncommon to gain or loose 10 minutes per day. Normally, when Windows boots, it
connects to a time server on the Internet and synchronizes. This is why you clock always looks correct. Occasionally, the time server Windows chooses
(i.e. Microsoft) is down or you are not connected to the Internet, it cannot synch the clock. I'm running W2k so I can't give exact instructions,
but you double click your clock and choose the tab for time server, if I'm a little off, look at each tab. Once you're there, select update and
your clock will be correct. Personally, I always choose a server that isn't Microsoft, but that's just me.